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cleveland 19 news sponsored by national carpet mill outlet. ohio's flooring superstore. asking questions and getting answers m cleveland 19 news starts now. ? open up the champagne ? ? it's my house ? >> in cleveland they have a passion unlike anything. >> when you get down to game seven it doesn't get better than this. >> denise: it is game seven and do or die night for our cleveland indians. we are rallying together, but the tribe is still down 6-3 at the moment in the bottom of the eighth.
loudly behind us. >> romona: two major league teams that want this. they suffered world series droughts. 19 -- only one team will celebrate and the loser goes home heart broken. denton we do not want that to happen. we hope they can get the bats heated up. we are hearing them cheering behind us. it apt over -- it >> romona: we have traffic issues to tell you about going on downtown because of the massive crowds expected tonight. cleveland police have closed several streets around progressive field and clough closing eighth 9th street between carnegie and prospect. >> denise: and those roads will remain closed throughout the evening. if you were by chance planning to come downtown and maybe celebrate a tribe victory, i'm
don't. it was even tough for us to get over to our live shot. >> they closed the streets, but they let us get to our location. hundreds of fans have crowded the gateway area to be a hart of the world satisfactory reece. >> denise: tickets are at a premium for this series and the next best thing is to get out by the big monitor and fellow tribe fans are watching it. i did camping out. >> catherine, what is the mood down there right now? >> reporter: welshing i have to say there is a nervous energy. that's what i have been feeling throughout the game. the crowd is holding steady at gateway plaza. that crowd is thick. it looks crowded here. but when you get into it, it
and if you spin around you can see pretty much all the way through gateway plaza. it is as far as you can see. mixed with the indians fans there are lots of cubs fans too. at the end of this some will go home winners and some will go home losers. your concerns about when this is over? >> the fans have been really good in cleveland and all through the playoffs and all through the indians playoffs we have a strong police presence downtown. >> reporter: it is rare because we have so many cubs fans in here. you say it depends on how the cubs fans handle things at the end. >> that is true, but we do deal with the pittsburgh
so i think we can handle that and hopefully we will handle this with the cubs well also. >> reporter: you know they hammed the rnc was hammed well well -- handled well and it stays the same. >> good planning for the rnc and they planned for this, so everything should go well. >> reporter: and i know there is a huge police presence before the game got started. we saw police officers with lots of guns walking around here. a good thing to keep in mind. >> that's right. lots of police presence to make sure everybody is safe. >> reporter: thank you so much and best of luck tonight. back to you, guys. >> denise: all right, catherine, thank you. and i heard that stub hub put out a report tonight, ramona, that 80% of the tickets sold for this series were sold outside of ohio which goes to tell you it is mostly cubs
>> romona: a lot of fans after the loss sold their tickets to cubs fans so they are here and have descended to downtown cleveland. a lot are at east fourth street. you actually found indian fans in the crowd? prawpt we have and i have to say earlier in the day it started out with cubs fans everywhere. it w blue. you can see we are full of indians fans out here. the party continues tonight. a lot of dancing out here. a lot of energy. people were in the balconies and having a great time and watching this game. right now i am joined by sue and chris.
cleveland is great. you know, it is just the chance of a lifetime to be here at this time. >> and to be a part of the world series. win or lose, what does this mean for the city of cleveland and all of the fans? >> it is big for cleveland. cleveland dooy serves this doctor dash cleveland deserves this. they can still come back. i hope they win. go tribe. >> a lot of fun where the party is for sure. live in downtown cleveland, cleveland 19 news. >> romona: all right, sara, thank you. and hundreds of indians fans came downtown hoping to snag some of the world series merchandise. you can see it everywhere. >> the team shop was absolutely mobbed prior to the game and in the first inning everybody wanted to imrab some gear and make sure they are sporting their world series stuff.
he wanted that. it set me back $15, but it is the world series so you have to do it. shelby miller caught up with fans who were hoping to get that gear. shelby? >> reporter: that's how a lot of people felt. no matter the money they were getting their hands on some sort of gear and that's why they headed over to the team shop before the game started and it was absolutely a mad house in there. people were grabbing everything they could get their hands on for t part from hats to jerseys and some people had the world series t-shirt in their hands. said we even spotted cubs fans who were in there too. they claim to be buying shirts for friends, but either way they are doing business here at the indians team shop. here are what indians and cubs fans were telling us as they were scooping up the gear. >> just excited to be part of the world series. we are never gonna get this again. >> why is it important to
will happen again so we are happy to be a part of it. >> at the end of the day, it is all of the -- about the cubs. >> reporter: and it looks like that right now, but the gear is on sale so if you want to grab something you still have a chance. shelby miller, cleveland 19 news . >> romona: shelby, thank you. it has felt like nationally that it is cleveland against the world. that's okay. we have rallied these past nine days and we have showed them what we are made of. >> denise: and we are battling back in there. the players are not giving up. they are should should -- showing a lot of heart. it is not over. the crowd is going berserk. i know we have a runner on so fingers crossed we can still do it. >> romona: we're going inside to jeff. i understand some rain is going to be moving in later.
>> jeff: yeah, well you might get a little rain here shortly. this is a light shower that has foundetts way and in north olmstead it will be a light shower, but clearly this is what ramona was talking about. this is the main batch of rain and we have thunder and lightning west of i-75 west of toledo. that's what is tracking this way overnight and through tomorrow m it is showers and that's going to be your alert midnight to 2:00 p.m. heads up there. here it is on future view. 1:00 a.m. and the heavier rain is moving in and 2:00 in the morning and there you go. 5:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. and the showers in the area. fast moving and it well pretty much be one wave and then the temperature drop and forecast details in the half hour. >> let's get to the latest at
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safe. >> could more budget problems be on the horizon for the rta? the agency may be facing a huge budget deaf faucet meaning cuts throughout. we're getting answers on what you can expect. that's coming up. plus our -- are energy drinks to blame to cause a man's serious health problems? why doctors say you should avoid them if you can. and we'll go back out to progressive field where fans
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tied the score 6-6 in the bottom of the 8th. restaurant over looking progressive field. i can't say anything. >> denise: we can hardly speak we are so excited. listen this is not unexpected from our indians. chris tanaka, they have done it multiple times in the regular season, the come from behind and we have seen walkoff homeruns and they are doing it again tonight in true fashion. we are still in it.
going. your cleveland indians and all of the biggs with walkoffs. we knew there was a reason for hope. there were 30 come from behind wins. the manager of the cubs is trying to prove he is the smartest man in the room and overmanage situations. this could be it. he has his closer in now, chapman who threw 20 pitches and his arm may be getting tired. we have a 6-6 >> romona: and no one could have written this script. if someone would have told you at the beginning of the season that it would be the indians and the cubs in game 7 in the world series you would not believe it. >> chris: one drought will end tonight. 1908 and 1948. it is a matter of who will win it. we have seven outs of regulation baseball and then we are going into extras. something tells me that we are going long into the night with
>> denise: you never know with this tribe. we may not need the extras. when they get hot, they get hot and they are gonna prove it tonight. >> romona: we are going back inside to tiffani tucker. it is too much. >> tiffani: i actually got on video the reaction in the newsroom. first calm down and get myself to other news. because of a loss of an important tax on medicaid, rta couldac fall by 2019 and that could mean cuts to buses and rapid routes and jobs. unless the agency comes up with a way to cover the deficit, rt estimates it would have to slash 7 to 10% of the routes and layoff 150 people in order to make up the $30 million. the reduction in routes won't be finalized until next july and it won't go into effect until november of 2 vr 17. classes will go on with
they have worked without a contract since june 30th. the school board has hired a replacement firm that will provide substitute teachers. both the school board and the teachers hope to return to the bargaining table to get a deal done. >> tiffani: a man accused of am -- ambushing two police officers in their cars is now in custody. police in des moines laid flowers and cards on top of a cruiser to show their support for the fallen officers. after an intense manhunt scott michael green was apprehended while walking down a rural road. he told officers he had a medical condition that was flaring up and was taken to a nearby hospital. green has not yet been charged. >> tiffani: meal replacement shakes and bars were broking for using looing to shed some weight. they were controversial among nutritionists. experts say they could be
the place of unhealthy foods in your diet. and they can also be a great way to jump start weight loss because they help with portion control. they are high in protein and low in sugar. but solid foods are important because they have the fiber and the good bacteria you need to stay healthy. bottom line, if you want to use a meal replacement, do so in moderation. try a shake for breakfast and then healthy meals for lunch and dinner. >> tiffani: and doctors are blaming energy drinks forgiving a construction worker hepititis. four or five drinks a day for three weeks and after going to the er the doctors ran tests and found the infection. we are getting answers on why he developed hepititis. one can is filled with two times the amount of vitamin b3 or niacin our body needs in one day. when we consume too much of the vitamin it can cause severe liver damage. >> jeff: all right. >> tiffani: jeff, i still -- wow. i got it on video.
the news and the cheers and screams and you have the tv on the weather center. >> jeff: for those watching right now, we have a little rain. and i have been sending out these video push alerts just for the people affected, and we call it your first alert. this is what we are monitoring right here. this is approaching north olmstead. it is raining and through northridgeville. now this is tin northeast. parma 11:20 and cleveland 11:36 is when we think it will start to rain. this is one wave of showers. this will not delay the game and cause any rain delays we don't think. cleveland heights 11:46. that main back of rain i showed you at the top of the newscast is now moving into toledo. that is still an hour and a half to two hours away at
and that's the rain we will be seeing late tonight and in your morning drive. this is up-to-date future view model information. 1:00 a.m., showers approaching sandusky. on the doorstep of cleveland at about 2:00 in the morning. 5:00 a.m. you will be dealing with the rain. the kids will need rain gear going to school. but look how queachly -- look how quarterbackly -- quickly by 2:00 we will mix in a few peeks of sun. how much rain are we expecting? well, the heaviest rain in the western counties where norwalk could be looking at half an inch. a quarter inch or so in cleveland and that's what most of us will see out of this. the area in green. and it remains very warm for this time of year. warm start tomorrow right around 60 but we will hold steady in the pistes to --
if we can get some sun it may get to 62. the forecast tonight, showers developing from west to east and a very warm night of lows are around 60. here is your commute. three on a scale of one to 10 and it looks like temps are around 60 and it will be raining at least for the early morning drive. otherwise a mostly cloudy sky after the showers move out and 62 the high in cleveland. here is the planner tomorrow. 7:00 a.m. are exiting and 59. 5:00 a mixed sky and 58 degrees. akron-canton are mostly cloudy skies and showers in the forecast for you. mainly the first half half of the day and a high around 60. obviously cooler. we broke the record highs today. we are not going to do that tomorrow. down to 45 tomorrow night. isolated lake effect rain around. friday is looking dry. partly cloudy and 54.
good looking weekend. sunny on saturday and 60. sunday sunny and mild for the browns game. clocks back an hour before saturday night. we go back to standard time and this is the weekend to do that. the election day and increasing clouds and secretary 1 could be looking at showers there tuesday night. rally together. tiffani, back to you. teacher gets a horrifying note saying her mom is being held hostage. the school officials called police who question the 11-year-old. deputies narrowed down who exactly could beholding the girl's mom. it was a man wanted on domestic violence charges. >> there is always a chill that goes through you when you understand that maybe the child was going through some -- a very bad environment and it may be worse than what we find. >> officers swarmed the
if you are flying this thanksgiving get ready to wait in long lines at the airport. more than two million passengers will be flying the friendly skies each day during the holiday weekend. we did some digging and found the sunday after thanksgiving will be the busiest travel day. while thanksgiving day itself will be the lightest. >> next in sports we hear from the newest member of the browns. but will jaimeol hear from him next in sports. >> the cleveland 19
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driven by don joseph toyota in kent this is cleveland 19 news. >> tiffani: welcome back. a little weather. >> we have a shower that is moving through the western suburbs right now. north olmstead and strongsville. parma you are getting some rain and it is moving northeast. with will be in cleveland
>> the late show was taped earlier so we don't know who won the world series. for that reason we have two messages. is there congratulations, cleveland. you played great ball. your city should be proud. this is the kind win that makes us briefly forget your mascot. i also want to say congratulations to this goat. as you know in the owner cursed the chicago cubs because they kicked his goat out of gaiment. apparently the curse worked really well. goat, your power is undeniable, and we stand in awe of your black magic. all hail evil goat! wooo!